19th Secretariat of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

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The 19th Secretariat of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was elected by the 19th Central Committee in the aftermath of the 19th Congress.

List of members[edit]

Name
(birth–death)
Took office Left office Duration Note
Joseph Stalin
(1878–1953)
14 October 1952 5 March 1953 142 days Died in office.
Nikita Khrushchev
(1894–1971)
14 October 1952 25 February 1956 3 years, 134 days Elected First Secretary at the 3rd Plenary Session.
Averky Aristov
(1903–1973)
27 February 1956 14 March 1953 80 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
7 December 1955 25 February 1956 80 days Elected at the 10th Plenary Session.
Nikolay Belyaev
(1903–1966)
7 December 1955 25 February 1956 80 days Elected at the 10th Plenary Session.
Leonid Brezhnev
(1906–1982)
14 October 1952 5 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Nikolay Ignatov
(1901–1966)
14 October 1952 5 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Semyon Ignatyev
(1904–1983)
5 March 1953 6 April 1953 142 days Elected at the 2nd Plenary Session, and relieved of his duties later on.
Georgy Malenkov
(1902–1988)
14 October 1952 14 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 3rd Plenary Session.
Nikolai Mikhailov
(1906–1982)
14 October 1952 14 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 3rd Plenary Session.
Nikolai Pegov
(1905–1991)
14 October 1952 5 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Panteleimon Ponomarenko
(1902–1984)
14 October 1952 5 March 1953 142 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Pyotr Pospelov
(1898–1979)
5 March 1953 25 February 1956 2 years, 357 days Elected at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Nikolai Shatalin
(1904–1984)
5 March 1953 8 March 1955 2 years, 3 days Elected at the 2nd Plenary Session, and relieved of his duties at the 9th Plenary Session.
Dmitri Shepilov
(1905–1995)
7 December 1955 25 February 1956 80 days Elected at the 10th Plenary Session.
Mikhail Suslov
(1902–1982)
14 October 1952 25 February 1956 3 years, 134 days

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